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with our kids now where we almost want to keep them in a sterile environment, not necessarily the best thing because that is how kids build up immunities, right? >> right. i mean now we are pretty much saying well, maybe it is good to eat a little dirt. >> okay. are you an actual doctor? where did we get this guest? okay. >> mankind survived for many generations doing so and it is only in the last few generations that we've become so clean. >> that's right. >> and i'm interested in the shellfish allergies because my mom had the same problem. she turned like 50. one day, she had crab and never again. >> you develop it late in life. once you developed it, it is there. >> and why would that develop all of a sudden? ican't really tell you that. >> is this anything can you do to -- other than be exposed as a young child. is there anything you can do to prevent allergies? >> i think maybe the answer is that you are constantly he can forked to things so that you keep your level of tolerance up. if you are allergic to an antibiotic, if you have been desensitized to it and then stop taking the
data but comfort is an issue. you want to be comfortable at night. you want to have a bed environment that's appealing to you and that leaves you feeling comfortable and that's a very individual experience. >> reporter: the problem is, she says, you don't know what you don't like until you've tried it and trial and error when it comes to pillows can be costly. market research shows that 620% of americans experience symptoms of insomnia or sleep disorders. companies across america are trying to sell us a perfect night sleep with pills, premium mattress, high-tech pillows, white noise machines, aroma therapy. it's fast become a $20 billion industry. >> when you touch it, you feel it, you just want to lay on it. >> forget the old down pillow feathers. one hotel in d.c. has a pillow menu. >> this is nice behind the comfort. this is number 1. it's very comfortable. has a million and one air beads in it. >> front desk manager devon hingle says that their guests love the menu. >> create comfort and then a low level of customization. >> i actually think that's a great idea. if you are thinkin
at night. you want to have a bed environment that's appealing to you and that leaves you feeling comfortable and that's a very individual experience. >> reporter: the problem is she says you don't know what you don't like until you've tried it and trial and error when it comes to pillows can be costly. market research shows nearly 60% of americans experience symptoms of insomnia or sleep disorders. companies across america are trying to sell us a perfect night's sleep with pills, premium mattresses, hi-tech pillows, white noise machines, aroma therapy, fast become a $24 billion a year industry. >> when you feel it, touch it, you just want to lay on it. >> reporter: forget the down feather pillows. one hotel in d.c. we found has a pillow menu. the liaison on capitol hill, six of them on the menu. >> definitely there's a science behind the comfort. this is like no. 1. it's very comfortable. it has a million and one air beads in it. >> reporter: the front desk manager says their guests love the menu. >> first of all, create comfort for them and just another level of couple custom
of the ocean. that's a unique environment, but not today. they were in board safely. if you've ever played hoops on board an aircraft carrier or had a basketball game canceled due to intracoastal waterway evening humidity, consider yourself in exclusive company. georgetown basketball got both on friday. the opener doesn't go as planned, but another chance to tip off the season tonight hosting duquesne at the horizon center. in the 1st half nate lubick to otto porter and an off balance shot but no good. hopkins is there. porter left in the 1st half with an eye injury. 2nd half off the duquesne miss markel starts with the rebound, nice left hand finish, 9 points, hoyas by three. later more starks, steal and tip this one ahead to himself, drops it for the freshman d' vauntes smith rivera for the lay-in. georgetown over duquesne 61-35. >>> ben olson d.c. united kicking off the eastern conference final game one at houston against the dynamo, 28th minute no score. nick deleon with the heed pass up the left side to leonard pajoy who tracks it down and in it goes, united out to a surprising 1-0 le
of how they want to have their commitment to a safe environment on campus. and the administration said it hopes to have -- it's hosted a number of special programs with speakers that focus on conflict resolutions. alexis simpson was there all day at the prince georges county courthouse in upper marlboro watching as lawyers for both sides picked the jury. opening statements in her murder trial are expected to begin next tuesday after the veteran's day holiday. it's a case that still gives students pause for reflection. >> we send judge -- we should leave that in the hands of the judicial system. that is why they're here. they will pick or whether an act of a greg. >> reporter: prosecutors say it was an act of aggression. that simpson chose to end the life. police say that simpson attacked her roommate, 18-year- old dominique frazier after the two argued over music played on an ipod. witnesses say the two were separated but simpson was pushed into her bedroom. they say it all ended when simpson came out on the attack with the scissors. >> i want -- and that is on trial. [ indiscernible ]
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to have on our environment? >> the question now is really not whether each weather event is caused by global warming but the climates have warmed and the weather will form anyway but all forming in a much wetter climate. and the sea level is rising. especially in our region from north carolina to massachusetts. sea level rises accelerating at three times the rest of the green. gulf stream changes and so on. so the storm surge will get worse with time. >> when you mention global warming or climate change particularly here in the united states and particularly here in washington, those terms have become politicized and people debate about is it caused by humans? should we be funding research into this. all that kind of thing. but what you just said, those are facts. the water is warming, the sea level is rising. >> yes. >> and so these weather events that would form anyway, how does that impae weather events? for example, could that contribute to a storm like sandy developing the way it developed? >> yes. from the fundamental level we know for sure we have increased greenhouse gasses
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